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Title Canadian Pentecostalism : transition and transformation / edited by Michael Wilkinson
Published Montreal ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2009]
©2009
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 308 pages)
Series McGill-Queen's studies in the history of religion. Series two ; 49
McGill-Queen's studies in the history of religion. Series two ; 49
Contents Pentecostalism in Canada: an introduction / Michael Wilkinson -- Pentecostal and charismatic Christianity in Canada: Its origins, development, and distinct culture / Michael De Giacomo -- Oneness Pentecostalism / Thomas A. Robinson -- Apocalyptic discourse and a Pentecostal vision of Canada / Peter Althouse -- Canadian Pentecostal spirituality / Randall Holm -- Pentecostal theological education: A case study of Western Bible College, 1925-50 / Bruce Guenther -- Scripture in the Pentecostal tradition: a contemporary reading of Luke-Acts / Martin Mittelstadt -- Native Pentecostalism in British Columbia / Robert K. Burkinshaw -- Ministering women in the Pentecostal assemblies of Canada: A feminist exploration / Pamela M.S. Holmes -- Denominational charismatics--where have they all gone? A Canadian Anglican case study / David A. Reed -- The Canadian Catholic charismatic renewal / Donald S. Swenson -- The "Toronto Blessing"--a lesson in globalized religion? / Stephen Hunt -- Transforming Pentecostalism: The migration of Pentecostals to Canada / Michael Wilkinson -- Movements, markets, and social contexts: Canadian Pentecostalism in global perspective / Peter Beyer
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Summary Bringing together a previously scattered and somewhat hidden literature, Canadian Pentecostalism provides the first comprehensive overview of the subject. The collection is broad in focus, examining classical Pentecostalism, charismatic movements in the Roman Catholic and mainline Protestant traditions, and neo-Pentecostalism. Contributing authors examine historical debates about the origins of the movement, the response of Pentecostalism to institutionalization and globalization, and the roles of women, aboriginals, and immigrants within the Canadian movement. --from publisher description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-299) and index
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Subject Pentecostalism -- Social aspects -- Canada.
Pentecostalism -- Canada -- History.
Social change -- Canada -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0773534571
0773575944 (electronic bk.)
9780773534575
9780773575943 (electronic bk.)